Hopkins School
986 Forest Road
New Haven, CT 06515
(203) 397-1001

"Routes 63 and 69 merge to form Whalley Avenue in New Haven. From that intersection, go ¾ mile and turn right at traffic light onto Dayton Street/Route 122. Travel one block, proceed through next light remaining on Route 122 which is now called Forest Road. Travel ¾ mile and look for Hopkins on the right immediately after next light."

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Events vs. Hopkins School:
Friday, 09/25/2015
4:30PM Girls' Middle School Soccer   Home
vs. Hopkins School
Win 2-1
Saturday, 12/12/2015
2:00PM Basketball - Junior Varsity Boys   Away
vs. Hopkins School
Loss 19-44
3:30PM Wrestling - Varsity   Away
vs. Hopkins School
vs. Pomfret School
vs. Salisbury School
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Friday, 01/29/2016
4:30PM Basketball - Green Boys   Home
vs. Hopkins School
Wednesday, 02/10/2016
3:30PM Basketball - Green Girls   Home
vs. Hopkins School
Win 26-13
Friday, 04/15/2016
4:00PM Softball - Varsity Girls   Home
vs. Hopkins School
Loss 6-8
Wednesday, 04/27/2016
(2:00 dismissal)
Softball - Girls' Green   Away
vs. Hopkins School
Loss 1-3
Chase Collegiate School
565 Chase Parkway Waterbury, CT 06708
(203) 236-9500

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With a traditional academic program paired our Program for Arts, Culture and Technology (PACT), the Middle School years are a time of remarkable growth and discovery.

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